Away with


Also found in: Idioms.
bear, abide
signifies, take him away.
- Isa. i. 13

See also: Away, Away

References in classic literature ?
As they came to the castle, all was as the fox had said, and at twelve o'clock the young man met the princes going to the bath and gave her the kiss, and she agreed to run away with him, but begged with many tears that he would let her take leave of her father.
My imagination was running away with me into a morass of unsubstantial fears.
Trent took up the flask, smelt its contents and threw it away with a little exclamation of disgust.
March folded the wavy chestnut lock, and laid it away with a short gray one in her desk.
Men who had finished the evening meal and who had planned to go uptown to talk the eve- ning away with other men at the back of some store changed their minds.
Jose Mourinho's side led the table by nine points last month and seemed set to run away with the Premier League.
From the Middle Ages to the mid-19th century, "European women also gave their children away with no more--it seems to me even less--reason" than Taiwanese did, Wolf holds.